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. >>> 8:15. defense secretary leon panetta and general john allen are addressing the rise of insider attacks in afghanistan. panetta and allen are expected to speak to nato officials in brussels and explain what they are doing to stop the attacks. they say insurgeons are dressing in -- insurgents are dressing in of uniforms and attacking those forces training them. 53 coalition troop have -- troops have been killed. >>> tomorrow a congressional hearing will look into the attack that killed ambassador chris stevens and three other american. lawmakers want to investigate allegations that stevens had requested additional securities. they want to know how five security agent as the compound became subpoena rated from stevens. >>> the north korean government says there is a warning in response to the recent agreement by the u.s. to have south korea to have missiles capable of hitting all of nouk. the north korean government says that agreement proves there is a lot to invade north korea. >>> a month to election day and it shows that mitt romney is gaining momentum -- gaining momentum. ail
charges against the wrestler. >>> they will address a rise inside afghanistan. leon panetta is trying all he can to stop the insurgence. nato officials say they remain committed to the military effort in afghanistan but are concerned about the attacks. >>> the world hunger crisis is not as bad as previously thought. in 2009 they mistakenly thought 8 billion were hungry but the number has steadily declined. they blame poor data for the false projection and now they are using more accurate ways of projecting that number. >>> they have few new polls and candidates reaction, allison? >> reporter: a new people poll shows president barack obama with an 8 point lead last month. now this is a 3 point margin of error but here is mitt romney in rain soaked areas sounding very upbeat about a win in four weeks. >> i wonder why i am so confident we are going to win. i am confident because i see you here on a day like this, thank you so much. >> they are looking to payment the president on -- paint the president as weak. meanwhile they are taking aim at mitt romney's push to end subsidies for public br
placing charges against him. >>> there are insider attacks in afghanistan. leon panetta said they are doing all they can to stop the attacks but insurgence are dressing in their uniforms and they are still training them. they are concerned about those attacks but they are continuing to train them. >>> allison burns is in our washington d.c. newsroom with why it's still difficult for him to beat president barack obama. >> reporter: both candidates will be in ohio today. president barack obama at this point still seems to have the best path to victory which leads in key swing states giving the mitt romney team some encouragement. it shows 4 points among likely voters and -- likely voters. the poll also shows coming out of last week's debate in denver, mitt romney's personal likability has made gains among women voters. >> that was a good debate. >> reporter: but they are bringing out the big guns to fight, using big bird aiming at mitt romney's plan to cut subsidies. >> the evil genius who towered over them, one man has the guts to speak his name. >> big bird. >> reporter: repo
, have wanted to get involved in the war. >> shep: we'll see who gets dragged in war. leon panetta is there still talking? >> he's in brussels meeting with his colleagues tomorrow and issued this warning overt weekend, however. >> obviously the fact that there are now exchanges of fire between these two countries raises additional concerns that this conflict could broaden. >> one of the reasons western nations have not wanted to get involved in syria despite the large number of civilian deaths is that there are hundreds of syrian militias, according to intelligence analysts and it's difficult to separate friend from foe as has become evident in dealing with a post-gadhafi regime in libya. >> shep: focus game changer in the fight against extremism in pakistan. reports of outrage across that nation after a member of the taliban shot a 14-year-old girl in the head and neck and the reason? because she supported education for women, something the taliban strongly oppose. the girl was on her way home from school as the story goes, when police say the gunman approached a crowded school bu
225 billion dollars of cuts spread across government and secretary panetta says we can find savings. just don't give us a number that's too ugly or too big. now, there's some specifics and there are things we can do this year to avoid the sequestration effect. >> mr. kaine, this week, the u.s. supreme course is going to tackle the issue of of a firn missive action. do you think a college applicants race should be a factor in whether or not they're admitted to a virginia college? >> bob, the supreme court is going to tackle this case, which i think they last sort of dealt with in two cases from the university of michigan in the early part of the 2000s. and the issue there and the issue pending today is, do our public colleges accept students in a student body that sort of looks like the state or looks like the population they serve. my kids have gone to the public schools in richmond and they have come up in classrooms that are extremely diverse. they have gotten really good academic education, bought they have also really gotten spectacular education in living with the folks who are
, have about $225 billion of cuts spread across government and secretary panetta said we can find savings. just don't give us a number that's too ugly or big. there are specifics and things we can do this year to avoid the sequestration effect. >> mr. kaine, this week the u.s. supreme court is going to tackle the issue of affirmative action. do you think a college applicant's race should be a factor in whether or not they're admitted to a virginia college? >> the supreme court will tackle this case, which i think they last sort of dealt with in two cases from the university of michigan in the early part of the 2000's. the issue there and issue spending today, do our public colleges accept students and student body that sort of look like the state or look like the population they serve? my kids have gone to the public schools in richmond. they've come up in classrooms that are extremely diverse. they've gotten really good academic education but they've also really gotten spectacular education in living with the folks who are the real virginia today. we're increasingly diverse state and tha
spending, that's another big difference. president obama has worked with secretary leon panetta to bring down defense spending over the next 10 years. governor romney has talked about reinstating that and keeping defense spending at a floor, that it would not fall below. 4% of. two big ticket items, defense spending and tax policy. they have very different views. in terms of leadership, we would have to see what kind of leadership governor romney would have in terms of working with congress, working with a potentially divided congress we have now, in trying to broker a compromise,. which would,. host: this tweet -- lisa mascaro, one of our other viewers pointed out that if eight people are hard at work having meetings talking about the fiscal cliff, what are the other 520 something members doing? what are the other members contributed to this discussion? how are they preparing for all the big questions that will come up in the next months about the fiscal future? >> people running for reelection right now, so lot of people are fighting to save their seats and others are in a safer seats
spread across government. secretary panetta says that we can find things, just to not give us a number that is too big. there are specifics that we can do this year to avoid sequestration effects. >> this week the supreme court is going to tackle affirmative action. should race be a factor as to whether or not they are admitted to a virginia college? >> the supreme court is going to tackle this case, which they last dealt with in the university of michigan case in the early 2000's. the issue there is to our public colleges except students and a student body that look like the population is served. my kids have gone to public schools and they have come up in classrooms that are extremely diverse. they have got a great academic education and a spectacular education that comes from the folks living in the real virginia today. i would hope that what the supreme court would do in this case, and they would affirm that it is ok for a public institution, whether it is a government handing out contracts were college admitting students, that it is ok for them to try to make sure that their stude
Search Results 0 to 8 of about 9 (some duplicates have been removed)